Meet the Special Inspector General
Brian D. Miller, Special Inspector General for Pandemic Recovery
Brian D. Miller was confirmed by the United States Senate to be the Special Inspector General for Pandemic Recovery on June 2, 2020.
Mr. Miller’s prior positions include: Senior Associate White House Counsel; Inspector General of the United States General Services Administration (Senate confirmed on July 22, 2005); Senior Counsel to the Deputy Attorney General; Assistant United States Attorney in the Eastern District of Virginia; Special Counsel on Health Care Fraud for the Deputy Attorney General; and, Counsel to the United States Attorney.
As a federal prosecutor, Mr. Miller litigated civil and criminal cases in multiple federal district and appellate courts, involving terrorism and terrorist financing, drug-related conspiracies and murder, and the False Claims Act.
As an inspector general, Mr. Miller is known for his investigation of a lavish GSA conference in Las Vegas and his independent oversight of the GSA, documented in “Those Who Dared: 30 Officials Who Stood Up for Our Country,” a report by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington.
Mr. Miller was honored to receive the Attorney General's Distinguished Service Award, the EOUSA Director's Award for Superior Performance as an AUSA, and the David M. Walker Excellence in Government Performance and Accountability Award, which recognizes and honors government audit professionals who have made sustained contributions to improve government performance and accountability through their leadership in transforming government organizations.